WEEKLY ROUNDUP (3/1-3/7)

Monday:  The Biden administration’s task force for reuniting migrant families has now announced that separated families will now be given the option to reunite. It remains unclear how the Biden administration and Homeland Security will navigate the many parents and children who have yet to be accounted for—who are essentially missing. The World Health OrganizationContinue reading “WEEKLY ROUNDUP (3/1-3/7)”

President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 3

A Comprehensive Series that Analyzes the Actions of President Joe Biden on his First 100 Days in Office February 9th, 2021 – February 18th, 2021 This week, President Joe Biden only signed three executive orders. While he signed less orders this week than previous weeks, President Biden has remained consistent on his campaign promises ofContinue reading “President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 3”

WEEKLY ROUNDUP (2/22-2/28)

Monday:  As of Monday, February 22nd, more than 500,000 people have died at the hands of the Coronavirus in the United States. President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris honored those who have lost their life with a candle-light ceremony. The House Budget Committee approved President Biden’s 1.9 trillion dollar relief bill, this sets upContinue reading “WEEKLY ROUNDUP (2/22-2/28)”

An Abolitionist Response to the Capitol Breach

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re surely aware that, on Wednesday January 6th, a massive group of alt-right extremists and fascists led a historic assault on the US Capitol. Thousands of people from all over the country descended on Washington, DC to attend the “Stop the Steal” rally in an attempt to forceContinue reading “An Abolitionist Response to the Capitol Breach”

President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 2

A Comprehensive Series that Analyzes the Actions of President Joe Biden on his First 100 Days in Office January 30th, 2021 – February 8th, 2021 This past week, President Biden has proven that he remains consistent with his campaign promises on equality, immigration, and national security. President Biden has slowed down on the signing ofContinue reading “President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 2”

President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 1

A Week-by-Week Comprehensive Series that Analyzes the Actions of President Joe Biden on his First 100 Days in Office January 20th, 2021-January 29th, 2021 Newly elected President Joseph Biden got right to work shortly after his inaugural ceremony on January 20th, 2021 with the signing of 17 executive documents. President Biden successfully ran his campaignContinue reading “President Biden’s First 100 Days: Week 1”

Trump’s Final Days : Rolling Back LGBTQ+ Nondiscriminatory Laws

Alex Azar, back in 2018, was sworn in as the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services. Today he resigned, following a slew of other members of the Trump administration who have indicated that the January 6th storming of the Capitol was something that they wanted to distance themselves from. Despite this, the complicityContinue reading “Trump’s Final Days : Rolling Back LGBTQ+ Nondiscriminatory Laws”

Biden’s Climate Mandate, The Green New Deal, & Why Nothing Seems To Work

“Climate change is the existential threat to humanity.” Biden said in the second presidential debate.  Progressive politics have casted a dark cloud over climate change and its threatening relationship with the United States and the rest of the world. Despite this, center left and liberal officials’ efforts prove to be nothing if not superficial. TheContinue reading “Biden’s Climate Mandate, The Green New Deal, & Why Nothing Seems To Work”

Celebrity Politicians

Artwork by Amanda Smithivas Celebrities have become sought-after and alluring aspects of society. Breaking out from Hollywood, many have come to enter the cooking scene or the fashion industry. But a problematic area that celebrities have seemed to enter is the political arena. Celebrities are typically idolized by many different demographics, but many of thoseContinue reading “Celebrity Politicians”